Client, father of four, seeks title to his home, which is owned by his deceased mother. Client’s mother died testate in 2010. In her will, she leaves the property to all five of her children, including client. She names another one of her children as executor and all four of her other children as successor executors, with client being the last named successor executor. All of the deceased record owner’s children want client to have their interests in the property and are willing to renounce their right to administer the estate to client. There is an estate recovery claim against the record owner’s estate for approximately $48,000. A volunteer is needed to assist client with administering his mother’s estate and obtaining title to the property. The volunteer is also needed to help client determine what can be done to manage the estate recovery claim and any other debts that exist, including possibly an open mortgage.